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These votes were downright baffling

MOSCOW - At least two federation presidents had some explaining to do after Wednesday's FIFA vote that awarded the 2026 World Cup to the joint bid of Mexico, Canada and the United States over a proposal from Morocco.

Antonio Souare, president of the Guinean soccer association and an ambassador for

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